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07-17-2019 03:28:25

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Anybody stroking those ford 172 or 192 engines.

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07-17-2019 19:27:09

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 Re: ford stroke in reply to Kirk-NJ, 07-17-2019 03:28:25  
Don't know specifically but the big ones are 335 cu. Or so.

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07-17-2019 19:35:10

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 Re: ford stroke in reply to VicS, 07-17-2019 19:27:09  
A little math and 4.5 pistons and a 5.250 stroke is like 334 i think. I'm sure thats doable as there is aftermarket Ford rods with a Honda big end. Oversize 460 pistons are 4.5 or bigger.

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07-17-2019 06:34:07

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 Re: ford stroke in reply to Kirk-NJ, 07-17-2019 03:28:25  
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I can never the guy's name he pulls all up and down the East coast and lives in NY just across the line from Sharon CT. His 960 has the headlights from a Boomer on it.

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07-17-2019 04:59:13

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 Re: ford stroke in reply to Kirk-NJ, 07-17-2019 03:28:25  
Yes, very few that I know of.

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07-17-2019 05:56:37

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 Re: ford stroke in reply to showcrop, 07-17-2019 04:59:13  
Any info on rods/pistons?

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